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 NAB's 2023 Annual Meeting
June 14 - 16, 2023
Columbus, OH

Things To Do In Columbus, OH

The Center of Science and Industry (COSI)
333 West Broad St. Columbus, OH 43215
Ticket admission: $25 per adult, $20 youth
COSI is a nationally esteemed science center that has delighted Central Ohio with all things science for 58 years. It is a 320,000 square foot facility with 300+ interactive experiences. Tickets should be purchased in advance.
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The North Market
North Market Downtown, 59 Spruce St, Columbus, OH 43215
The North Market has become a longstanding part of Downtown Columbus since it opened in 1876. The market features breweries, cares, restaurants, bakeries and more.
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The Topiary Park
480 E Town St, Columbus, OH 43215
Free to all visitors
Located in downtown Columbus, the seven-acre Topiary Park features an evergreen garden with larger-than-life human figures, animals and boats based on Georges Seurat's 1884 painting, A Sunday Afternoon.
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The Columbus Museum of Art
Ticket admission: $18 per adults, $9 youth
The museum’s collection includes outstanding late nineteenth and early twentieth-century American and European modern works of art. Their collection includes contemporary art, folk art, glass, and photography.
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Bicentennial Park
233 S Civic Center Dr, Columbus, OH 43215
Free to the public
Built in 1976, this park features a one-of-a-kind fountain, park restaurant and an eye-catching performance pavilion. The Scioto Mile Fountain is the centerpiece of the park that is 15,000-square-foot with more than 1,000 jets of water that take on a multitude of forms and shapes. Milestone 229 is the on-site restaurant that offers a covered outdoor dining terrace.
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German Village
588 S 3rd St, Columbus, OH 43215
German Village is a historic district with shops selling books, traditional fudge, and handmade jewelry, art galleries, German pubs, American bistros, and artisan coffee shops. It is a favorite destination to many that visit Columbus. The village’s architecture dates back from the 1840s-1890s that has been preserved and the area is very walkable.
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